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Review: City of Fallen Angels

by Cassandra Clare

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“Is this one of those keep your friends close and your enemies closer things?”
“I thought it was keep your friends close so you have someone to drive the car when you sneak over to your enemy’s house at night and throw up in his mail box.”
“I’m pretty sure that’s not it.”
-Page 151

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Review: Beastly Bones

by William Ritter

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“Miss Rook, on a scale of one to pomegranate, how dangerous would you say this situation has become?”
“On a scale of one to pomegranate? I should think…acorn. Possibly badger. Time alone will tell.”
-Page 7

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Review: The Seventh Bride

by T. Kingfisher

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“But it is somehow easier to face things when someone else is there.
Courage still does most of the heavy lifting,
but Pride gets its shoulders in there, too,
just to keep you from embarrassing yourself in front of the other person.”
- 17%

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Spotlight: Labyrinth Lost

By Zoraida Córdova

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Published: September 6, 2016
Hardcover, ISBN 9781492620945

I’ve been given the following information by the publisher of Labyrinth Lost.
I’m over half way through this amazing book now and I’m loving every minute of it.
This will be the perfect reading for the run up to Halloween and has a great Alice in Wonderland feel to it.
This post contains an extract of Labyrinth Lost, a link to a Rafflecopter Giveaway (unfortunately it is for Canada and the US only), links to everything you may need to know about Labyrinth Lost and … (what has me very excited) a link to a coloring page! It’s gorgeous just so you know!
ENJOY! and come back on Saturday for my full review!

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